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In this video, I covered 6 tips and trick to help out beginners.
- Making a center marking gauge
- Bandy clamp hack
- Right angle clamp jig
- Miter saw tip
- Glue tip
- Dowel Hack

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  • DIY Creators
    DIY Creators 2 weeks ago (edited) Thank you for tuning in! If you enjoyed this video. You should check out my other tips video "5 Amazing Woodworking Tips / Hacks" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0Hm-whbWOY
  • David Schmetterer
    David Schmetterer 3 days ago Great video, well shot and easy to understand everything, and I'm a total novice. Question. Would a little fine sand work as well as salt?
  • Matthew Shannon
    Matthew Shannon 3 days ago Really enjoy your work & your style. Your approach won't put off the folks new to the field. Thanks!
  • mdh6977
    mdh6977 4 days ago Thanks boss!!
  • Ricardo Biloti
    Ricardo Biloti 5 days ago Tips for those with only basic tools is always welcome! Thanks!
  • sportsman48
    sportsman48 6 days ago great stuff.
  • Guns and Tacos
    Guns and Tacos 6 days ago Just subscribed
  • tino castro
    tino castro 6 days ago Loving this. Subscribed and even enabled notifications (I never do that). lol Looking forward to really getting started on some of these projects, this summer.
  • making changes
    making changes 6 days ago This is so cool! I love the taped nail trick. The salt scares me because I know bugs are attracted to salt... Would you consider projects that involves repurposed pallet wood? Is there anything that can be made with a single pallet?
  • Mark Bronson
    Mark Bronson 1 week ago Very nice video, I am a weekend wordworker and would love to see a video on building kitchen cabinet boxes, or even drawers too, would u stain before or after box is assembled. Keep up great work.
  • MrRanch50
    MrRanch50 1 week ago Disabled Park Hopper i
  • Woodworking Craftsman
    Woodworking Craftsman 1 week ago thank you for share!
  • INVICTUS9100
    INVICTUS9100 1 week ago what a superb video. Thanks for uploading!
  • Big Dee
    Big Dee 1 week ago thanks man....those black hands look scary tho. I had already dialed 9 1.....while watching this
  • virtudesign
    virtudesign 1 week ago I like the simplicity of the tips yet looks effective. I'm not a woodworker but I may start doing projects fixing stuff around the house. What paying a lot of money on labor to remodel a kitchen will do to you :D
  • Dave Gordon
    Dave Gordon 1 week ago @Cass B dang, my ex wifes name is Cass B
  • drft_kng
    drft_kng 1 week ago The spring clamp idea is a great one, but it works even better if you use a small section of bicycle innertube and put it over the clamp ends. Holds pieces very well.
  • Missy Mercer
    Missy Mercer 1 week ago I just bought my first table and miter saw. I would love to see how to build the pull down murphy bed, custom closets, and kitchen island cabinets. Thank you sooooo much!
  • Jay Dubya
    Jay Dubya 1 week ago Nice video I wanted to ask you if you think the first step for a beginner should be learning the terminology or just jump in.
  • Jeremy stanton
    Jeremy stanton 1 week ago DIY Creators Thanks for the videos, I’m new to woodworking but ready for the challenges! Hopefully I can build a shed and replace my deck stairs.. filled out the survey absolutely love the vids, let’s get it!!
  • christian duczak
    christian duczak 1 week ago nice tip wirh the salt.never heard about before.
  • Nick Hall
    Nick Hall 1 week ago Took da survey! You'll rock it!
  • Kikani
    Kikani 1 week ago Just starting out and this video has giving me alot of great information. If i could give you a million likes i would sure do it. Thanks for sharing you're knowledge with all of us.. looking forward to seeing you're next video.
  • Cass B
    Cass B 1 week ago @DIY Creators I would be happy to provide a little feedback. I love your videos and with a tiny bit of tweaking and awareness, you'll come across as confident verbally as you are in reality :)
  • not_ silent
    not_ silent 1 week ago Can you do a tutorial on how to build a floating corner desk if possible
  • Alex Perez-Roman
    Alex Perez-Roman 1 week ago Love your step by step projects and explanations, seen other videos where they talk to much and leave me confused, you are direct and to the point, thank you!
  • Anjle Dube
    Anjle Dube 2 weeks ago Glenn I do not see an empty space for my Harley-Davidson what's up with that? 😉🙄😁😁😁😁😁😁😁 Excellent video some I didn't even know! Thank you sweetie tiny house, tiny house,😍 with a small back porch so I can ride my Harley on the porch as I'm driving down the road smile more God bless peace be with you much love and respect many prayers going to the family give Miss little bit big kisses and hugs
  • Robert G
    Robert G 2 weeks ago I filled out the survey, hope it helps.
  • DIY Creators
    DIY Creators 2 weeks ago @Disabled Park Hopper Thank you, haha don't remind me of that video I was so terrified to shoot my first video. I will not watch it maybe in 5 years to laugh at myself.
  • DIY Creators
    DIY Creators 2 weeks ago @KingJay56 Thank you, that's awesome.
  • DIY Creators
    DIY Creators 2 weeks ago @Cass B Thank you for the feedback it's something I am actively trying to work on. Unfortunately, I don't have anyone to screen these.
  • Cass B
    Cass B 2 weeks ago Hey, I see that you use all of your safety gear, and I love it! You seem very confident in the workshop. You may want to have someone listen to your videos who can hear when you're using self depreciating or less confident sounding phrases. It's subtle, but getting help to learn to hear it might optimize your video production.
  • KingJay56
    KingJay56 2 weeks ago DIY Creators amazing video. I haven’t heard of any of theses tips. Thank you so much
  • Disabled Park Hopper
    Disabled Park Hopper 2 weeks ago Thanks Glen, Once again you are showing just the rite stuff for thoses who are getting started! You have come along way from that F-150 Fuel filter on this channel and I am proud to have been watching you ever since. Hope to see another 1.5 million subscribers!!!!!
  • Brad Farmer
    Brad Farmer 2 weeks ago The nail tip for the dowel is simple and brilliant. Great job.
  • Ttalos
    Ttalos 1 week ago A quick and simple transfer punch! That’s a great tip, thank you for sharing!
  • mazin iqbal
    mazin iqbal 1 week ago Brad Farmer All the tips are simple and brilliant
  • pistool1
    pistool1 1 week ago (edited) Agreed. I think that he applied too much glue in all those joints in the video. Usually just a thin layer is enough. No matter which material is in question on whether you are applying super glue, glue for carpet materials, woodworking glue or epoxy, for example. But that is just me and my opinion :)
  • SamieMac
    SamieMac 1 day ago I've watched maybe 200 DIY videos this year alone. This by far has been the most helpful. Thanks!
  • Children's Entertainment
    Children's Entertainment 6 days ago I just learned stuff I NEED TO KNOW! Thank you sir!
  • Felix B.
    Felix B. 2 days ago didn't expect much from the video, but damn... Awesome job man :)
  • Jim Pulcine
    Jim Pulcine 4 days ago Dude, I love the the salt trick. I glue a lot of things together. I will for sure use this trick
  • Ben Jewell
    Ben Jewell 6 days ago Great video Glen, loved the tips! I'm definitely trying the nail. Also glad you're doing this for people with not much equipment
  • Scott Martin
    Scott Martin 1 week ago Hit play thinking 'Meh another tip video' but man am I glad I did because I'm making at least 3 of these this morning. Thanks bud!
  • Stephanie Rideout
    Stephanie Rideout 3 days ago Holy crap I've never seen the salt trick before, brilliant
    JUICYROOSTER 2 days ago Great video as always. Keep up the good work man.
  • Mr. Tread
    Mr. Tread 2 weeks ago Gotta to admit, that trick with taping the nail down to transfer the marks is genius!!! Many times i need to do a dowel but I spent more time finding the darn jig.
  • Jeff Burkett
    Jeff Burkett 1 week ago this is a useful trick i've used many times, although i learned it slightly different, i dimple the base surface then set a BB in it. the round edge gives you a little better visual of center.
  • Peter Fitzpatrick
    Peter Fitzpatrick 1 week ago I use a small ball bearing & tap the 2 pieces together 😎👍☘
  • Bruce McNally
    Bruce McNally 23 hours ago Great tips I didn't know and I've been working a long time. Thank you sir!
  • Elton Shamblen
    Elton Shamblen 1 week ago So many great woodworkers on YouTube. But Glen demonstrates, he can extend the menu with even more solid valuable ideas. Bravo.
  • Jerry Frugoli
    Jerry Frugoli 14 hours ago I think your site will be very strong !!! Excellent video... great work Glen
  • left4dead
    left4dead 1 week ago I have experience and I was wowed several times. Great work 👍🏻
  • JR
    JR 1 day ago Subbed for the skill's, and shared knowledge.
  • Lewis Clark
    Lewis Clark 1 week ago Hey, guy. I’m 69, lifelong woodworker. I just discovered you channel. Awesome!!!! Tight, efficient and also entertaining. I just subscribed.
  • Ken Diggins
    Ken Diggins 1 week ago This is great new information for me, thanks for making the video. This is one of the best tips and tricks offerings I have seen in a long while. Great job man!
  • vivinski
    vivinski 1 week ago Extremely simple helpful and CLEVER!!! I'll definitely be using all of these!!
  • S K
    S K 2 weeks ago The salt and nail tips are really good